PRLog - May 14, 2012 - MAIDSTONE, U.K. -- Water Wellbeing, leading wellbeing organisation, has launched their latest wellbeing initiative, ‘2012 Legacy’ this month. 2012 Legacy is a downloadable pack for health and wellbeing goal setting for people of all ages, in all walks of life.
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In line with the Olympics this nationwide campaign motivates participants to set bronze, silver or gold goals. 2012 Legacy recgonises that even the smallest ‘bronze’ goals need to be achieved! These goals can be about anything, from eating more fruit and vegetables to calling your mum more often! Larger ‘gold’ goals have been put in place to support life-changing challenges from giving up smoking to climbing Kilimanjaro or completing a marathon!
2012 Legacy was the brainchild of Water Wellbeing’s Managing Director Ben McGannan. In articulating his vision for 2012 Legacy Ben says:
“We’re encouraging the public to band together at this inspiring time for the UK, the Olympic year, to achieve their goals. We believe 2012 legacy will empower people to create their own Olympic wellbeing legacy!”
The great thing about 2012 Legacy is its accessibility. Whether it is just you, your community group, your family unit or your business organisation that wants to get involved, you can! Engrained at the heart of 2012 Legacy is its vision to create a dynamic sharing community. Building on the popularity of social networking sites, as Facebook and Twitter, participants will be able to share their progress and show their support and encouragement for others achieving their legacies!
There is already a buzz surrounding the ‘2012 Legacy’ Facebook page with participants posting photographs of recent fundraising achievements and discussing their daily progress.
For your chance to become part of 2012 Legacy, start by downloading the pack at: www.2012legacy.co.uk today! To find out who else is involved search ‘2012Legacy’
Water Wellbeing is based in Marden, Kent. Water Wellbeing is concerned with ‘engaged prevention’ within the workplace and within the community, empowering people to make more positive choices around their health and wellbeing. Water Wellbeing has been providing services to businesses via ‘The Wellbeing Directory’. The Wellbeing Directory is a comprehensive guide to the services offered by Water Wellbeing. These services cover Physical and Mental Wellbeing, Education, Fruit Boxes and Hydration.